Chapter 9- Day one November 2
Chapter 9- Day one November 2 MUS 200-0003
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Chapter 9 Classical Genres Ma showy passage for the soloist appearing nears the end of the movement in a concerto lt incorporated rapid runs arpeggios and snippets of previously heard themes into a fantasy like improvisation Wcome from 4 instrument families brass percussion strings and woodwinds Made up of more than 90 musicians Strings lst violin 2ncl violin cellos double basses 27 total woodwinds 2 utes 2 oboes 2 clarinets 2 bassoons Brass 2 French horns 2 trumpets for festive pieces Percussion 2 timpani for festive pieces Classical 5 m hon increased in size as music performance moved from private court to public concert hall More wind instruments added to increase variety and color Strings presented most of material Woodwinds added richness and colorful counterpoint Horns sustained a sonorous background Trumpets and percussion provided brilliance nglggvevrvtvggjnstrumental genre in which one or more soloists play with or against a larger orchestra vewitype or class of music WWme number system that arranges Mozart s compositions in approximate chronological order Ma one movement orchestra work in 3 sections fast slow fast that originated in Italy as a overture to 17th century operas Wa concerto in which an orchestra and a single performer in turn present and develop the musical material in the spirit of harmonious competition Wgenre of chamber music played on a solo instrument or solo instrument Accompanied by a piano Wchamber music music for the small concert hall 4 movements fast slow minuet fast features one player per part 2 violins viola cello Joseph Haydn considered the father of genre Performed by professional and amateurs Hards and Mozart played together in a string quartet Wan instrumental genre for orchestra Multi movement genre for orchestra Signi cant genre for public concerts Origin in the Italian Sifonia One movement with fast slow fast sections Sections expanded into movements Eventually minuet movement was added Four movements fast slow minuet fast Wa triad or seventh chord made up entirely of minor thirds and producing a tense unstable sound W6 dramatic work in which the actors sing some or all of their parts it usually makes use of elaborate stage sets and costumes the term literary means work WGerman for quotsinging playquot a musical comedy originating in Germany with spoken dialogue tuneful songs and topical humor mike a choir Classical Genres What do you hear quotDuh duh duh duh duh duh duh Typicay is 4 movements duh duhquot Piano 4 movement plan for a solo insturment Strings woodwinds large ensemble Opera music Violins violas cellos etc ntrospective mood of tragedy and despair Minor mode no festive trumpets or timpani Wdramatic musical form of the classical and romantic periods involving an exposition development and recapitulation with optional intro and conch Used in all rst movements of sonata cycles Originated during classical period A piece for solo instrument Section 1 of chart Very dramatic form Three major sections exposition development and recapitulation Texture Homophonic Cadences normal and clear questionanswer Dramatic intense begins with tight descending 12 step Dramatic lead upward Duh duh duh duh duh DUH higher Transitionbridge modulates Second theme lyrical new major key Crescendo leads to closing material Section 1 rst theme modulates through several distant keys Section 2 rst theme used somewhat like fugue subject Section 3 opening motive moving through the keys Retransition features dominant pedal and woodwind timbre Recapitulation stresses tonic key minor rather than modulating to a contrasting major key Form Mood Tempo 1 SonataAllegro Serious and Fast substantive 2 Ternary theme Lyrical Slow and variations or rondo Ternary form Usually light and Moderate and lively minuet and trio elegant sometimes ABA triple form spirited dancelike movement Sonataallegro Bright Fast theme and lighthearted variations rondo sometimes humorous
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